Acxiom’s CEO made $5.7M in fiscal ’17
Acxiom Chief Executive Officer Scott Howe made about $5.7 million in compensation for fiscal 2017, according to the company’s annual proxy statement. It is an increase from fiscal 2016, when he made about $5.3 million.
The Conway data broker and distributor’s chief financial officer and president of international business, Warren Jenson, received about $3 million in compensation, also up slightly from the previous year.
The filing also contained the board’s recommendation to re-elect current directors, Timothy Cadogan, William T. Dillard II and Scott Howe. Cadogan is CEO of OpenX Technologies Inc., a California digital advertising company, and Dillard is chairman and CEO of Dillard’s Inc. in Little Rock.
Dillard is the only Arkansan on the board and the longest-serving Acxiom director, since 1988. In the filing, the company called Dillard’s knowledge and understanding of Acxiom’s business “unmatched.”
Acxiom has scheduled its shareholders meeting for 12:30 p.m. Aug. 8 in Redwood City, Calif. It will also be available online at www.virtualshareholdermeeting.com/ACXM17.